What Causes A Heart Attack?

What Causes A Heart Attack?

For quite sometime I’ve been wondering what causes a heart attack and why is it even called a heart attack. So in this video I’m gonna be explaining those things. Coming, right up. Hey guys and gals, Aman here and you’re watching Heart Limits. So let’s start off by the concept of heart attacks. Well …

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Blood Clotting Risks During Pregnancy and Delivery – The Balancing Act

Blood Clotting Risks During Pregnancy and Delivery – The Balancing Act

If you’re pregnant or a new mom, congratulations to you and your growing family, but listen up, because we have some information on a rare and dangerous blood clotting disorder that’s important for anyone diagnosed with it, but most of all, for you expectant moms out there. Joining me to talk about this is maternal-fetal …

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Heart Attack vs Congestive Heart Failure

Heart Attack vs Congestive Heart Failure

Lawrence Memorial Hospital now brings you Better Health. A heart attack is when an artery abruptly occludes and many lay people think that the artery fills up with cholesterol and gradually fills up so bad that you get blocks and you have a heart attack; that is not how heart attacks occur. The way heart …

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Heart Attack First Aid

Heart Attack First Aid

– Heart attacks. If you suspect someone’s having a heart attack, the signs might be that they’re pale, cold, clammy, feeling sick, feeling thirsty, maybe they just had a nasty shock or maybe they’re at rest and they suddenly feel incredibly ill. Keep everyone as calm as you possibly can. Encourage the person to sit …

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Craniotomy and Craniectomy

Craniotomy and Craniectomy

Your doctor may recommend a craniotomy or craniectomy procedure to treat a number of different brain diseases, injuries, or conditions. Your skull is made of bone, and serves as a hard, protective covering for your brain. Just inside your skull, three layers of tissue called meninges surround your brain. The thick, outermost layer is the …

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Brain Stroke, Types of, Causes, Pathology, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention, Animation.

Brain Stroke, Types of, Causes, Pathology, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention, Animation.

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to a certain part of the brain is reduced or interrupted. Without oxygen and nutrients from the blood, brain cells cannot function properly and eventually die. There are 2 major types of strokes: ISCHEMIC stroke caused by a BLOCKED artery, and HEMORRHAGIC stroke caused by a RUPTURED artery. …

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Brain Blood Clots – Imaging Hemorrhage on MR and CT

Brain Blood Clots – Imaging Hemorrhage on MR and CT

Hi, I’m Jim Smirniotopoulos and today’s MedPix video is on imaging brain hemorrhage. We have no significant financial disclosures and the opinions expressed herein are those of the author and should not be construed as being official. Hemorrhage can have a very complex appearance on MR and CT. The appearance on MR is especially going …

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Hemophilia – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Hemophilia – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

The word “hemophilia” is a combination of the Greek words for “blood” and “love”, a way of saying that people with hemophilia “love to bleed”, or rather that it’s hard to stop bleeding. This is because the process called hemostasis, literally meaning to stop the flow of blood, is impaired. Normally, after a cut and …

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5 Risk Factors for Heart Disease | Cedars-Sinai

We know now the people who have regular sleep are less likely to have coronary disease and we recommend that people sleep at least seven hours ideally eight to nine hours a day. Snoring can be a sign that at night times you’re not getting enough oxygen and that stress actually raises your blood pressure. …

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